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Wallingford’s appoints director of business development

May 17, 2016 - Wallingford’s Inc, a manufacturer and international wholesaler of tire chains, saw bars, tracks, as well as, logging and industrial supplies is pleased to announce the appointment of Urban Fredriksson of Trois-Rivieres, Que.


May 17, 2016
By Wallingford’s Inc.

As its director of international business development. Urban was born in Stockholm, Sweden and later moved to Canada where he began his career as a young professional. He has lived in Canada over 35 years but continues to return to his Swedish homeland as he travels across Europe on business. Urban has been a part of the North American, as well as, the global logging industry for the past 20 years with manufacturers such as GB Harvester Bars, HSP Grapples and Envirosys Chain Grease system. He continues to provide his customers with superior customer service and expertise in whatever capacity he holds.

Wallingford’s is excited about this new opportunity in having Urban join its team and is committed to providing its customers with only the best products as well as the highest level of service and customer satisfaction in every part of the world. Urban will be serving dealers across Canada with proven brands such as GB Bars, BABAC, and Clark Tracks. He will also be supporting dealer needs across Europe for BABAC Traction Products.

About Wallingford’s Inc.
Wallingford’s has been serving the logging industry since 1975. International headquarters are based in Oakland, Maine, U.S.A. and an Administration and Distribution facility in New Hampton, NH. As well as, a European Union Distribution facility in Holland and a Canadian distribution centre in Edmonton, Alta. Wallingford’s Inc. continues to bring innovative products to the global market and has consistently found new ways to satisfy their customer’s needs. For more information, visit www.wallingfords.com.


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